2989Re: [the boredoms] Re: super roots 10
- Jun 1, 2009kind of bummed they're doing the boredrum thing this year in a festival. i mean i like alot of those bands, but that kind of environment is tiring. stuck there. no thanks.
--- On Mon, 6/1/09, alterego100usa <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
From: alterego100usa <email@example.com>
Subject: [the boredoms] Re: super roots 10
Date: Monday, June 1, 2009, 1:48 PM
Yes, there are some who seem to think Boredoms should follow a genre or something, which is pretty shortsighted. When I saw them on the Nirvana tour ages ago, they were doing WOW2-type material (which I still don't like as much as, say, Chocolate Synthesizer) and sloppy acrobatics, and did not hold onto the audience interest, but on the Lolla tour, they rocked. Trumpet-playing drummer? Brilliant.And they've changed so much since then.--- In theboredoms@ yahoogroups. com, "hortonstrip" <hortonjupiter@ ...> wrote:
> --- In theboredoms@ yahoogroups. com, radiationsmiles <no_reply@> wrote:
> > so whats it like?
> ignore these fools, it's incredible, of course. One of the remixes is a bit like a horrible ethno jig, and the much touted Lindstrom mix doesn't get good until about two thirds of the way through when it goes all 70's disco vocoder-funk, but the Boriginal version is excellent, as are the Altz remixes - one of which has rocked the dancefloor both at fuckest uppest electronic / freak / kraut discos AND in Discos full of "cosmic" disco kids AND pretty straight ahead people, yet the thing still retains an essential Primal B.O.R.E in a "just keeps gettngi more and more exciting" fashion.
> just buy the thing. I read a really brilliant Boredoms review the other day that called 'Seadrum' "tossed off" too. What planet are THEY from?
> horton x
[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
- << Previous post in topic Next post in topic >>